About Zoobies MagazineZoobies magazine, new for children 0-2 from Zoobooks. Each issue introduces a wild animal with lift-the-flap surprises, beautiful photography and illustrations, and mind-building concepts like colors, shapes, sizes, numbers and more. Durable pages are tough enough for toddlers. Great for story time! More Info
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My two year old really loves the pictures and it asks her questions about the photos to get her involved. The elephant issue had a hole to use your finger as the trunk and she thought that was really neat.
Zoobies magazine may be great for older babies and possibly toddlers because of the image quality and lack of text. My toddler (24 months) was however quickly bored--the issue we received only had photos of penguins, as opposed to other animals. After turning the pages twice, 3 pages fell out--terrible binding. At $5 an issue, this is not acceptable. There are much better magazines for young children out there, and they are all more affordable.